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Council Poised to Pass New Non-Breed-Specific Dog Ordinance

· Mar 4, 2015 10:57 am

After high-profile dog attacks over the past year, Cincinnati City Council is poised to pass a new law aimed at encouraging responsible pet ownership without restricting breeds like pit bulls that have been the targets of past breed-specific ordinances. 
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Bottoms Up?

Council moves to create new entertainment districts and bring more bars and restaurants downtown

· Mar 4, 2015 10:49 am

Downtown Cincinnati could soon get 21 more liquor licenses under a new proposal pending state approval. ...

Cleveland: Unarmed 12-Year-Old Responsible for His Own Death

· Mar 4, 2015 11:08 am

The family of Tamir Rice, the 12-year-old boy shot by the Cleveland Police Department in November, is up in arms after the City of Cleveland last week said in a court filing that the unarmed boy was responsible for his own death. ...

Slow Ride

A proposed East Side bike trail is one of the final pieces needed to connect Cincinnati to a statewide network of trails. So what’s the holdup?

· Feb 25, 2015 09:47 am

Picture an epic trip on a dedicated bike trail from downtown Cincinnati to the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland. Or, if you’re less ambitious, visualize a Saturday jaunt from Milford to downtown. Both are surprisingly close to reality.
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Trade Offs

Proposed redevelopment in Walnut Hills brings up tough questions about affordable housing

· Feb 18, 2015 12:31 pm

Seventy-four-year-old Pearlie Young says she likes her apartment on Chapel Street in Walnut Hills, where she has lived for four years. ...

Faulty Math?

Gov. Kasich’s quirky education-funding formula lists Indian Hill beside the state’s have-nots

· Feb 11, 2015 01:12 pm

One of the state’s wealthiest school districts is among those on the list to receive an increase in state aid under a new plan submitted by Gov. John Kasich.  ...

Going for the Green

An Ohio group wants voters to legalize marijuana and constrict cultivation to a few select investors

· Feb 4, 2015 11:59 am

If a group of former athletes, entrepreneurs, developers and other investors gets its way, a high-profile ballot initiative seeking to change Ohio’s constitution could make it legal to light up a joint in the state. ...

Talking Points

Black Lives Matter Cincinnati continues the discussion over racial disparities in the justice system

· Jan 28, 2015 10:06 am

More than 70 people sat in the chilly auditorium at Truth and Destiny Covenant Church in Mount Airy Jan. 24 listening raptly to two attorneys talk about traffic stops.
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U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Ohio Same-Sex Marriage Cases April 28

Ruling will decide the fate of same-sex marriage in Ohio and three other states

· Mar 5, 2015 02:07 pm

The U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled a hearing that will decide the fate of same-sex marriage bans in Ohio and three other states. On April 28, the court will hear arguments over whether same-sex marriage bans in Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee violate the equal protection clause of the Const...

Rhinegeist to Release Saber Tooth Saturday

The rare Imperial IPA is only available to-go in bombers

· Mar 5, 2015 11:47 am

If you live for IPAs or are just looking for a reason to get a lil tipsy this weekend, Rhinegeist is releasing its highly sought after and limited Saber Tooth Tiger IPA with a party on Saturday. The "prehistorically hopped" Imperial IPA has a bit of a bite, with notes of papaya, mango, peach an...

Morning News and Stuff

Bummer news for Rhinegeist in KY; UC Law chooses first female dean; DOJ's report on Ferguson is frightening

· Mar 5, 2015 09:16 am

Hello Cincy! Here’s a brief rundown of what’s going on in the news today.As I told you about earlier this week, Cincinnati City Council passed a new dog law that levies steep civil penalties (up to $15,000) for dog owners who don’t control their pets. The law was changed just slightly before p...

 

Bottoms Up?

Council moves to create new entertainment districts and bring more bars and restaurants downtown

· Mar 4, 2015 10:49 am

Downtown Cincinnati could soon get 21 more liquor licenses under a new proposal pending state approval. ...

Slow Ride

A proposed East Side bike trail is one of the final pieces needed to connect Cincinnati to a statewide network of trails. So what’s the holdup?

· Feb 25, 2015 09:47 am

Picture an epic trip on a dedicated bike trail from downtown Cincinnati to the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland. Or, if you’re less ambitious, visualize a Saturday jaunt from Milford to downtown. Both are surprisingly close to reality.
...

Faulty Math?

Gov. Kasich’s quirky education-funding formula lists Indian Hill beside the state’s have-nots

· Feb 11, 2015 01:12 pm

One of the state’s wealthiest school districts is among those on the list to receive an increase in state aid under a new plan submitted by Gov. John Kasich.  ...

Trade Offs

Proposed redevelopment in Walnut Hills brings up tough questions about affordable housing

· Feb 18, 2015 12:31 pm

Seventy-four-year-old Pearlie Young says she likes her apartment on Chapel Street in Walnut Hills, where she has lived for four years. ...

Going for the Green

An Ohio group wants voters to legalize marijuana and constrict cultivation to a few select investors

· Feb 4, 2015 11:59 am

If a group of former athletes, entrepreneurs, developers and other investors gets its way, a high-profile ballot initiative seeking to change Ohio’s constitution could make it legal to light up a joint in the state. ...

Talking Points

Black Lives Matter Cincinnati continues the discussion over racial disparities in the justice system

· Jan 28, 2015 10:06 am

More than 70 people sat in the chilly auditorium at Truth and Destiny Covenant Church in Mount Airy Jan. 24 listening raptly to two attorneys talk about traffic stops.
...

 
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